The WWII War model jeans are released in limited numbers by FULLCOUNT, who change the silhouette, details, and fabrics each season. The modern day 5-pocket denim was originally created when manufacturers were forced to cut down on costs under the purchase control system during World War II. Just like there were various specifications during that era, FULLCOUNT releases their iconic World War II War model jeans with slightly altered specifications to the delight of their fans. The release of the 2016 edition of FULLCOUNT’s World War II War model was recently announced.
The latest model was made using an original 14.5oz Zimbabwe cotton denim. This fabric combines the features of the fading that the 13.7oz denim has with the sharp, starchy feel of the 15.5oz denim. With a classical wide silhouette and subtle details that are faithful to actual war-time denim, this model is completely unlike anything FULLCOUNT has ever released before. The limited edition model is set to be released at the end of July. ¥26,784_
The belt loop on the center of the backside features an offset design. Light-ounce assorted selvedge denim has been used for the pocket sleeks.